There’s been much discussion about body image over the years, more now than ever before in history.
But it seems that much of the discourse has been centered on people’s bodies and the perils of what Photoshopping does to the psyche and self-esteem.
This is why I’m really fond of Ant Smith, a poet from Yorkshire who wrote about his small 4-inch dick (aptly called “Shorty”) and is now planning a Big Small Dick Party on March 7 at the Rhythm Factory in Whitechapel.
At this event, men will be asked to disclose their dick size before entering, and will be charged 50 pence per inch. (Keep in mind that the average penis size is 6 inches.) Female guests will be asked how long they would like their hypothetical dick to be (if they had one) and will be charged by the inch (50 pence per inch).
By the way, in my experience, men with small dicks make for some pretty creative lovers.
I wish I were abroad so I could attend this unique party! Which of my perverted English readers will be partying among the men with small penises?
What do you think are some of the reasons why male body image issues are not addressed in mainstream media?